Egyptian Goddess of War & Healing
"Undertaking magical work should not a hasty decision"
Sekhmet was a powerful and feared goddess in ancient Egyptian religion. She was the goddess of war, plague, and healing, and was depicted as a lioness or a woman with the head of a lioness. According to ancient Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet was created by the sun god Ra to punish humanity for their disobedience. She was said to have a fierce temper and was known to be bloodthirsty, destroying anyone who dared to challenge the gods. However, her power was also used for good, as she was considered a powerful protector and was invoked to protect the pharaohs in battle and to heal the sick. She was also associated with the sun and was said to have the power to control the desert heat.
Her festival was celebrated annually, where rituals were performed to appeased her and to make sure she wouldn't unleash her wrath on the people. Sekhmet was a complex goddess and her power was both feared and revered by the ancient Egyptians.